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mike_d
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Take a leaf out of Hull Council's book:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-humber-30243190



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Oh dear, thats something else... I wonder what would happen if they found a blue crested newt?


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Oh dear, thats something else... I wonder what would happen if they found a blue crested newt?


That would be a new speicies! Could call it Newti Marrinus and we could make a fortune charging people to see it.

On the other hand if they find a Great Crested Newt that the end of a new ground there!



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I had a Newt once ........ i called it Tiny because it was My Newt


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I had a Newt once ........ i called it Tiny because it was My Newt


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You can't say that Hull mess about.  I have no idea how they get approval for this.  

(On the same day they announce plans to dig a 2 mile road tunnel under Stonehenge to link 2 roads and ease congestion.  Hopefully not disturbing any ancient druids).  
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Take a leaf out of Hull Council's book:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-humber-30243190



Its quite a common occurrence, worked on a few building projects on churches and exhuming graves/bones on 100/150 yr old graves doesnt seem to cause any issues regards planning.


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